January 16, 2018
Cemex USA announced that 10 of its facilities earned Conservation Certification from the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) for 2017 in recognition of wildlife habitat enhancement and restoration programs and projects, as well as conservation education. The following Cemex facilities received certifications:
“Cemex is truly committed to fostering robust environmental initiatives and pursuing sustainable business practices, so it’s a real honor to have our facilities’ efforts recognized by the Wildlife Habitat Council,” Cemex USA President Ignacio Madridejos said in a press release.
The conservation projects vary from large-scale habitat restoration to individual species management and community engagement. Thousands of students, educators, and other guests use Cemex’s habitat areas as outdoor classrooms for hands-on learning activities, building essential knowledge of key environmental concepts, and conservation efforts at Cemex.
“These outstanding projects and programs are prime examples of the positive influence and impact that corporate conservation can have on biodiversity, local communities, and employees,” says WHC President Margaret O’Gorman, in the press release.